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Hampton Court is the most impressive Tudor palace left to us, a triumph of architectural design and a lasting symbol of Henry VIII's legacy
The year 1509 saw the accession to the throne of Henry VIII, a man who would change the face of Britain and the religious and political map of Europe forever
Dr Paul Cheetham talks to Phil Harding about the new research into Clandon Barrow, one of the largest Bronze Age Barrows on the Ridgeway. Using the latest…
Bamburgh is merely one part of a vast early medieval landscape in northern Northumberland which includes Holy Island or Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands and such inland sites as Yeavering
Time Team's visit to Bamburgh was a little different to the normal filming experience, as the team were visiting an ongoing long-term research project, rather than leading their own excavation
Just off the A12 outside Chelmsford in Essex is New Hall. This imposing building with its impressive Elizabethan facade hides quite a secret: it was here that Henry VIII built his first palace, Beaulieu.